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Translations and DTP from Right to Left

We have to pay special attention when translating languages that are written from right to left, as what is a “no-brainer” for native speakers may not be for readers of an alphabet in the opposite direction. Within this group of readers we can also include clients, who often ask for our advice on some issues […]

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Where Nepali Is Spoken

We have written a few posts on introducing, slowly, the world of ​​Indo-Aryan or Indic languages (a subset of languages ​​belonging to the group of Indo-European languages, more specifically those that are spoken for the most part in India). The main languages ​​of this linguistic group are Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi, Bahari and Assamese. The […]

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Translations for India

India’s market is one of the largest in the world, with over 1 billion people and a growing economy. However, given the scope of its population and its millennia-long history, the demographics cannot be categorized clearly and easily, which is also true for its neighbor China. First, the Constitution establishes that all federal government business, […]

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